Merrick HVAC Contractors
Our experts have been serving the Nassau County, and Merrick area for over 23 years and have the reputation of excellence. All of our Merrick HVAC contractors have the proper training and years of experience in all areas of the HVAC industry.
Lyons Air Conditioning & Heating believes in customer satisfaction and that is why we offer the best service and the most trusted products including Trane, Rheem, Comfort Air, Samsung and more of the top brands. Call our Long Island HVAC professionals today for all your Long Island heating and cooling needs!
Lyons Air Conditioning & Heating - Merrick Air Conditioning
Our Merrick HVAC contractors are always on time and punctual to your Merrick air conditioning job. When you hire us, you will immediately get to speak to one of our experts and get an idea of what the cost will be. We have been in business for over 23 years and most of our customers are repeat customers that we have had for years and years. Our clients return to us because of our top-notch work, affordable rates, and trusted products.
Merrick Water Heaters
Lyons Air Conditioning & Heating has been providing quality heating and cooling services to the Merrick area since 1991. No matter if you are in need of a brand new water heater and heating system, our expert HVAC technicians in Merrick can help. Don't go without hot water, call our professional contractors today and let us restore your home comfort. We also offer:
Merrick Furnace Installation
Furnace installation is never your typical do-it-yourself everyday job. Some tricks in the installation processes are better left to a professional Merrick HVAC contactor. Understanding the basics that make a furnace function inside your home is equally important.
These days, there are various furnace types available in the market. Some examples would include the natural gas type, electric, oil and propane. The furnace type that you should favor would be determined by readily available fuel sources within your area and the costs of such fuel sources.
After you have finally decided on the type that would work best in your circumstance, you should now take the time to familiarize yourself with furnace operations. Most of today’s furnaces work the same way; they draw all the room air into ductworks positioned through air returns. These are holes covered by protective registers, and it allows room air to enter. Air return holes are normally larger than heating registers that functions to return warmed air into and throughout the room.